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In Season 4 of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” June (Elisabeth Moss) is a fierce rebel leader who strikes back at Gilead. But with risks come new and dangerous challenges in the hit Hulu series that starts streaming in April.

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By Lisa Respers France, CNN

Updated 7:18 AM ET, Tue March 30, 2021

In Season 4 of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” June (Elisabeth Moss) is a fierce rebel leader who strikes back at Gilead. But with risks come new and dangerous challenges in the hit Hulu series that starts streaming in April.

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“Dolly Parton: A MusicCares Tribute”: In a star-studded evening of music and memories, a community of iconic performers honors Dolly Parton as the MusiCares Person of the Year. (Netflix)

Netflix

“Amy Schumer Learns to Cook” Season 1: The actress/comedian and her husband, Chef Chris Fischer, spend their quarantine time in Martha’s Vineyard attempting to help her learn how to cook. (Hulu)

Food Network

“The Mosquito Coast”: Adapted from the bestselling novel of the same name, this gripping drama follows the dangerous journey of a radical idealist and brilliant inventor, Allie Fox (Justin Theroux), who uproots his family for Mexico when they suddenly find themselves on the run from the US government. (Apple TV+)

Apple TV+

“The Color Purple”: Based on the acclaimed novel by Alice Walker, Whoopi Goldberg stars as an abused woman who longs to reunite with her sister. (Hulu)

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“Life in Color with David Attenborough”: In a new three-part series, the legendary David Attenborough travels the world from the rainforests of Costa Rica to the snowy Scottish Highlands to reveal the extraordinary and never-before-seen ways animals use color. (Netflix)

Netflix

“Concrete Cowboy”: Idris Elba and Caleb McLaughlin star in this tale about a troubled teen who is caught between a life of crime and his estranged father’s vibrant urban-cowboy subculture. (Netflix)

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“Bäckström”: This intrepid series based on the popular Swedish crime novels by Leif GW Persson follows smug detective Evert Bäckström (Kjell Bergqvist), an occasional TV expert famous for having solved 99% of all cases he has taken on. (Acorn TV)

Acorn TV

“Frank of Ireland”: Frank, a 33-year-old catastrophe and misanthrope, is convinced that the world owes him. He has a tenuous hold on reality, a single room in his mother’s home, an ex he can’t get over and a loyal best friend, Doofus. (Amazon Prime)

Amazon Studios

“Family Reunion: Part 3”: The McKellans may be tight on funds, but the family’s never lacking in love as they power through heartache, loss and adversity of all kinds this season. (Netflix)

Netflix

“Them”: This limited anthology series explores terror in America. The first season, set in the 1950s, centers on a Black family who moves from North Carolina to an all-white Los Angeles neighborhood. The family’s idyllic home becomes ground zero where malevolent forces threaten to taunt, ravage and destroy them. (Amazon Prime)

Amazon Studios

“Fatma”: An ordinary cleaning lady commits an unexpected murder while searching for her missing husband who was just released from jail. His dodgy underground associates soon find out what she did, and the only way for her to survive in this man’s world is to continue killing in this thrilling series. (Netflix)

Netflix

“Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse”: Michael B. Jordan stars as a Navy SEAL who uncovers an international conspiracy while seeking justice for the murder of his pregnant wife, in the explosive origin story of Clancy’s action hero John Clark. (Amazon Prime)

Amazon Studios

“Fly Like a Girl”: From a Lego-loving girl who includes female pilots in her toy airplanes to a woman who helped lead shuttle missions to space, this documentary shows that women are in charge of their own destiny. (Hulu)

Indie Atlantic

“For Colored Girls”: Tyler Perry directed this film based on Ntozake Shange’s 1975 poem about a group of Black women, each dealing with personal confilct. (Amazon Prime)

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“Star Wars: The Clone Wars” Volumes 1 and 2: May the force be with you to have the time to enjoy this popular animated series. (Disney+)

Disney+

“Go! Go! Cory Carson” Season 4: Whether helping out his friends or making new ones with sister Chrissy, Cory is always on the move and ready for any adventure that comes his way. (Netflix)

Netflix

“Sasquatch”: While visiting a pot farm in Northern California in 1993, investigative journalist David Holthouse heard a story that still haunts him: On a nearby farm, three men were torn limb from limb in a savage Bigfoot attack. This docuseries follows Holthouse as he revisits the Redwoods 25 years later, in search of any evidence that might lead to the truth of what happened that night. (Hulu)

Hulu

“Shameless” Season 9: The series finale finds the Gallagher family and the South Side at a crossroads, with changes caused by the coronavirus pandemic, gentrification and aging to reconcile. (Showtime)

SHO

“Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World”: Celebrate Earth Day with this three-part series about the world’s most famous teen climate activist. (Hulu)

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“Ice Road Truckers” Season 1: Hold onto your steering wheel! This reality series features truckers crossing frozen lakes and rivers in remote territories in Alaska and Canada, intent on doing their jobs despite the danger. (Amazon Prime)

Original Productions

“Magical Andes” Season 2: Crossing and uniting seven countries in South America, the Andes always have another landscape, adventure and story to tell. Discover more in the second season. (Netflix)

Netflix

“Moment of Truth”: The never before seen story behind the murder of Michael Jordan’s father, James Jordan where two teenagers, Larry Demery and Daniel Green, were charged and convicted of the crime. The docu-series examines the initial case through the current re-trial attempt by Green, who maintains his innocence. (IMDB TV)

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“WeWork: Or the Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Dollar Unicorn”: This documentary traces the rise and fall of one of the biggest corporate flameouts in years. (Hulu)

Hulu

“Unhinged”: Russell Crowe stars in this thriller that revolves around road rage. (Amazon Prime)

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“Moneyball”: Frustrated that his baseball team can’t afford big-money players, the Oakland A’s general manager, Billy Beane, bets on a bold new strategy to change the game in this sports history drama. (Amazon Prime)

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“Real Housewives of New York” Season 12: Drama, drinks and some laughs in between. There’s always sure to be plenty on this long-running reality series. (Hulu)

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“Salt”: Angelina Jolie stars as a CIA agent who goes on the run after being accused of being a spy. (Amazon Prime)

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“Say Yes to the Dress” Season 19: Finding that perfect wedding gown isn’t always easy, but it can be entertaining in this reality series. (Hulu)

TLC

“Luther”: Idris Elba stars as DCI John Luther in this popular British crime drama. (Starz)

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“A Simple Plan”: Some blue-collar acquaintances find millions of dollars and make a plan to keep it before things start to go awry. (Hulu)

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“The Way of the Househusband”: After disappearing from the underworld, the legendary yakuza Tatsu, “the Immortal Dragon,” resurfaces — as a fiercely devoted stay-at-home husband in this anime series. (Netflix)

Netflix

“The Wedding Coach”: Weddings are a beautiful cause for celebration, but planning one is far from a party. After barely making it down the aisle of her own wedding, comedian Jamie Lee is on a mission to help six engaged couples overcome the stressful real-life challenges that pop up before and on the big day. (Netflix)

Netflix

“This is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist”: In 1990, two men dressed as police officers conned their way into a Boston museum and stole a fortune in art. This doc takes a deep dive into that daring and notorious crime. (Netflix)

Netflix

“Wander”: Tommy Lee Jones and Aaron Eckhart star in the edge-of-your-seat thriller about a detective with a traumatic past who investigates a suspicious death in the town of Wander, Texas. (Amazon Prime)

Wango Films

“Worn Stories”: In this funny, heartfelt and moving docuseries, real people unpack the fascinating and quirky stories around their most meaningful pieces of clothing. (Netflix)

Netflix

“Doubling Down with the Derricos” Season 1: Karen and Deon Derrico let the TLC cameras roll on home life with their 14 children, including multiple sets of multiples, who the couple say were all conceived naturally. (Hulu)

TLC

“Night at the Museum”: Ben Stiller leads an all-star cast in this film about a night watchman at the Museum of Natural History, where he soon discovers that an ancient curse brings all the exhibits to life after the sun sets. (Disney+)

Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

“The Godfather: Part II”: A famous scene shows mafia figure Frank Pentangeli lie to a Senate committee investigating organized crime in this iconic mob film. (Showtime)

From Paramount Pictures

“RoboCop”: Critically injured in the line of duty, a police officer is transformed into an experimental crime-fighting cyborg in this sci-fi classic. (Showtime)

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.